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Prestige, 1959/1960. New Copy
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Seminal early work from Willis Jackson – two classics back to back on a single CD! Blue Gator is a massive early Prestige set from tenorist Willis – and just the kind of record that set him firmly in the soul jazz camp for the 60s! By the time of the set, Jackson had already won ... CD
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Jazzland/OJC, 1961. New Copy
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2 early 60s sessions by tenorist Sal Nistico – a great player who spent most of his life in bigger bands, but who also knew how to shine on small group settings like these! They sure got the title right on the CD, as Sal's playing tenor in groups that feature many heavyweights, and soul jazz ... CD
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Invocations
Jazzman (UK), 2015. New Copy
A modern-day spiritual jazz treasure – and some completely sublime work from contemporary tenor genius Nat Birchall! We've loved Nat since we heard his very first record a number of years ago – and he's only matured and matured over the years – to a point where an album like this ... CD
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Jazzman (UK), Early 70s. New Copy
Ultra-hip sounds from the Australian scene of the early 70s – some killer cuts by vibist Alan Lee – a player who was exploring with as many new ideas on his instrument as contemporary American giants like Roy Ayers or Bobby Hutcherson at the time! The work here is a great summation of ... CD
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Production Dessinee (Japan), 1973. New Copy
An incredibly soulful set from the Israeli scene of the early 70s – a record that's quite spiritual overall, with a vibe that's almost Strata East in its approach! The group is less of a workshop than a tight quartet led by saxophonist Albert Piamenta, and featuring piano, bass, and drums ... CD
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Hi Hat, 1976. New Copy
A rare live performance from legendary guitarist Gabor Szabo – cut at a crucial 70s point when he was making some of the grooviest records of his career! The concert was originally presented on radio – and some cool DJ announcements are featured at each end – and although the ... CD
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Shake
Thing (Sweden), 2015. New Copy
There's nothing shaky here at all – as the Thing trio is as tight as ever, and comes on with a rock-solid, hard-burning approach right from the start! The drums of Paal Nilssen-Love ground the group firmly, and ignite a real fire in the tenor and baritone of Mats Gustafsson, who also plays a ... CD
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Great Pretender/Steel + Breath
Jazzwerkstatt (Germany), 1982/1991. New Copy 2 CDs
Two different slices of Lester Bowie – both of them great, and very unique in their own way! CD1 features a live performance from 1982 – done around the same time as Bowie's sublime Great Pretender album, and with a similar large group that has a nice mix of avant, spiritual, and older ... CD
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Hi Hat, 1981. New Copy
A tight live set from Miles Davis' great comeback stretch of the early 80s – a time when he really seemed to hone in on all the best elements he learned in the electric years of the 70s, and focus them together to a really cohesive groove! All the core elements of the noisier years are in ... CD
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Open Secrets
FMP (Germany), 1988. New Copy
One of the most creative bassists of the 80s – heard here on one of the great FMP albums that documented his wonderful run at the time! The album's all solo, and Kowald bridges worlds of improvisation by deftly fingering notes one minute, then boldly inventing new sounds the next – ... CD
 



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